March 20th, 2017
Lawmakers on Monday raised a number of concerns over a bill designed to transpose into domestic law EU-wide rules on mortgages and which introduces credit intermediaries.
Among other provisions, the bill sets out rules on what information mortgage advertising must contain, and mandates that non-banking institutions provide...
February 19th, 2016Austria infuriated European Union peers on Thursday by insisting on capping the number of migrants it takes in, undermining Germany's push to seek a joint EU solution to the bloc's refugee crisis in tandem with Turkey.
EU leaders reaffirmed at a Brussels summit there was no alternative to a common European approach to the migration...
February 8th, 2014By Peter Stevenson
CYPRUS has been implicated in a wildlife crime syndicate along with Russia, Singapore and Thailand.
According to SOS, Save our Species, a wildlife trader arrested in Indonesia last week was a specialist in smuggling life animals, including baby primates and komodo dragons.
Police who arrested the...
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